WELCOME TO 
BLACK LOWELL COALITION

"A place for all of us of Black African Descent at home and in the Diaspora "

 

 Juneteenth
Flag Raising, 18 June
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Juneteenth
Celebration, 19 Jun
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Black origins of Memorial Day

 

Memorial Day has long been known as a holiday to celebrate and honor America’s soldiers. It’s also the day that officially kicks off summer, a seasonal beginning that is typically celebrated with cookouts, picnics and fun in the sun. And, to some of our delight, it also represents the return of white shoes, pants and dresses.

While most of those traditions are beginning to return to normal as the coronavirus pandemic inches toward being under control in the U.S., one thing COVID-19 cannot do is erase the very real Black history behind the Memorial Day federal holiday.  

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Senator Cory Booker gets emotional over
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s
nomination to the US Supreme Court

Know that these words are also for you and your individual successes.

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HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT: STORIES OF BLACK LOWELL
Purchase this book created by FREE SOIL ARTS COLLECTIVE &
Visit the exhibit at the Lowell National Historic Park
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BLACK HEALTH & WELLNESS
THE IMPORTNANCE OF DOULA'S
Watch this zoom webinar with guest presenters:

Ms. Desiree Israel, Birth & Postpartum Doula &
Ms. Lena Barker, End of Life Doula
23 February 2022

 

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